Dr Ewelina Stobiecka

radca prawny

I’ve been supporting entrepreneurs for almost twenty years in resolving commercial disputes in and out of court. I represent my clients as an attorney and negotiator and also act as a commercial mediator...
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Privacy policy

1. Personal Data

TaylorWessing Warsaw, collects, processes and uses your personal data, only with your explicit consent (Art. 6 (1) (a) RODO) and only to achieve objectives agreed with you, in compliance with data protection laws.

We only collect the personal data which are necessary for the provision of our mediation assistance services. Provision of personal data is voluntary, however, it is necessary for the above purposes of data processing, as otherwise we will not be able to provide you with mediation assistance services

Personal data is all data containing detailed information regarding personal or factual circumstances, such as name and surname, address, email address, telephone number, date of birth, age, gender, PESEL number, video recordings, photographs, human voice recordings as well as biometric data such as fingerprints. Personal data may also include sensitive data, such as data concerning health or data connected with a criminal proceedings.

2. Information and withdrawal

As the natural person whose personal data we process you have at any time the right to:

  • obtain information regarding your stored personal data:
  • types of data which are subject to the processing;
  • their source;
  • their recipients;
  • the purpose and legal basis for the processing;
  • the existence of automated decision-making, and, at least in those cases, meaningful information about the significance and the envisaged consequences of such processing for you;
  • the period for which the personal data will be stored, or if that is not possible, the criteria used to determine that period;
  • whether the provision of personal data is a statutory or contractual requirement, or a requirement necessary to enter into a contract, as well as whether are you obliged to provide the personal data and of the possible consequences of failure to provide such data;
  • withdraw the consent to process your personal data at any time, without affecting the lawfulness of the processing, which was carried out on the basis of consent before its withdrawal;
  • access to your personal information;
  • data rectification;
  • data erasure;
  • restriction of data processing;

data portability. Please notify us accordingly of any change of your personal data.

Your declaration concerning the exercise of the abovementioned rights may be sent to the address indicated in point 8 of this statement.

If you are of the opinion that processing your personal data is contrary to applicable data protection laws or your data protection rights were violated in another way, you may file a complaint to the relevant supervisory authority. In Poland, the President of the Personal Data Protection Office is responsible for this.

3. Use of data

We will not process information provided by you to us for purposes other than those covered by a provision of mediation assistance services. An exception to this is the use for statistical purposes, provided that the data supplied have been anonymized.

4. Transfer of data to third parties

In order to provide mediation assistance services to you, it may be necessary to transfer your data to third parties (for example to the other parties of the mediation process, their attorneys, our providers of services which we use and to whom we make data available, courts or state offices). Transferring your data only takes place in compliance with GDPR, to provide our mediation assistance services.

Furthermore, we inform you that as part of our assistance in the mediation process, we may regularly collect information about you from third parties, e.g. other parties of the mediation process, related to the specific factual circumstances relevant to the case.

Some of the above recipients of your personal data may be outside your country or process your personal data there. The level of data protection in other countries does not always correspond to the level in Poland. However, we only transfer your personal data to the countries, for which the European Commission decided that they guarantee an adequate level of data protection, or we take measures to ensure that all recipients guarantee an adequate level of data protection.

5. Notification of a data breach

Our aim is to do our utmost to detect a data breach early enough and report the incident immediately to you or to a supervisory authority, taking into account the category of the data concerned.

6. Storage of data

We will store your data no longer than is necessary to fulfil our contractual or statutory obligations and for defense against possible claims for damages.

7. Cookies

This website uses “cookies” to make our service more user-friendly, more effective and safer.

A “Cookie” is a small text file which we can transfer through our web server to the “cookie” file of a browser on the hard disc of your computer. This enables our website to identify you again as a user, when a connection is made between our web server and your browser. “Cookies” help us to determine the frequency of use and the number of users of our websites. The content of “cookie” files used by us is limited to the identification number which does not allow to identify the user. The main objective of “cookies” is identifying those visiting the website.

There are two types of “Cookies” used on our website:

Session Cookies: are temporary “cookie” files which remain until the user leaves our website in the “cookie” file of your browser and are automatically deleted at the end of the visit.

Permanent “cookie” files: for better use, “cookies” remain stored on your device and make it possible for us to identify your browser during the next visit.

You can set up your browser in a manner that allows you to be informed about the use of “cookie” files and you agree on “cookie” files only in individual cases, exclude the acceptance of “cookie” files for specific functions as well as activate automatic deletion of “cookies” when closing the browser. Disabling “cookie” files may limit the functionality of this website.

8. Our contact details

Protection of your data is paramount to us. We are available to attend to any questions or if you wish to withdraw your consent under the contact details given below:

TaylorWessing e|n|w|c E. Stobiecka, Kancelaria prawna sp.k. with its registered office in Warsaw, ul. Mokotowska 1, PL-00-640 Warsaw, entered into the register of enterpreneurs of the National Court Register under KRS No.: 224400, e-mail address: warsaw@taylorwessing.com, telephone no.: +48 22 584 97 40.